All EPCBA members and potential members are encouraged to renew or activate membership online at Paying by credit card is the most efficient way to process membership. Even if paying by check, the first step still requires visiting the EPCBA website and printing a form for each member. To pay by check, please follow the steps below:
  • For Individuals -
    • log in to the EPCBA website
    • navigate to Get Involved Tab
    • click the button to renew your membership
    • follow the steps to create the form,
    • print the form and mail it along with a check to the appropriate amount, made payable to EPCBA

  • For Law Firms Processing Payments for Multiple EPCBA Members -
    • The person administering payment can make copies of the form for each member. Total the individual forms and processes the check made payable to EPCBA and mail it with all the forms for the staff who are joining EPCBA or renewing their memberships.
Mail Form(s) with check(s) to:

El Paso County Bar Association
P.O. Box 429
Colorado Springs, CO  80901

For assistance with the membership renewal or activation process, please contact Kristi Dorr Gilkes at or 719-473-9700.
The Bar does not accept visits from the public. We encourage you to call us or visit us on the web. We look forward to speaking with you!
Complaints and disciplinary matters are not handled by the Bar Association in Colorado. To file a complaint against an attorney contact the Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel at 1-877-888-1370.
No, Bar membership in the State of Colorado is voluntary. Attorneys are not required to be members of the Bar Association to practice law in Colorado.